Category: Current Affairs
Film industry insiders discuss Hollywood’s slow embrace of diversity and what Asian American communities can do to get their stories made.
Pakistan's most storied city is at risk of losing its stories—but Farhan Shah is determined to prevent that from happening.
The online magazine of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations reflects on its most significant stories, conversations, and multimedia of the past year.
Two Asia 21 Young Leaders call for major changes following last week’s attack in Peshawar, Pakistan, and warn against solutions that will not “alleviate the threat of future attacks.”
Asia 21 Young Leader Yusra Sami Askari reflects on her interview with the education activist — it was intended to focus on the Nobel Peace Prize, but was overshadowed by the Peshawar tragedy.
Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski's forecast for Asia in 2015 encompasses everything from cyber-attacks to cricket.
Appearing on CNBC’s “Closing Bell,” the incoming President of the Asia Society Policy Institute said North Korea’s alleged cyber-attack on Sony Pictures should prompt “a global learning exercise” about cybersecurity.
In a freewheeling discussion, four informed figures offered thoughts on Modi's India, Xi Jinping's China, Kim Jong Un's North Korea, and much more.
Looking back at the predictions he made a year ago for Asia's 2014, Asia Society's Tom Nagorski assesses his ratio of hits to misses.
Expanding on his remarks at a recent Asia Society panel, Ho-fung Hung argues that Hong Kong's younger generation sees itself as having "nothing to lose."